Maria Jeutendorf

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Monastery and church

Maria Jeutendorf is a place and a cadastral community in Böheimkirchen in Lower Austria . The place name was first mentioned in 1210. In 1248 the Capella Jaettendorf was mentioned here, which was dedicated to St. Nicholas was consecrated and was looked after from the neighboring chapel .

Miraculous image and monastery

Maximilian von Sala acquired the local castle in 1676. In gratitude for his child's recovery, he had a chapel built opposite with an image of Our Lady , which was in his wife's possession, and founded a Servite monastery at this location in 1693 . This was continuously expanded by his descendants. After the Servite Monastery was closed in 1978, Discalced Carmelites erected the Mater Dolorosa Carmel there in 1985 .

The place, which until then had only been called Jeutendorf , changed its name to Maria Jeutendorf on September 18, 1988, the festival of Our Lady of Sorrows .

Web links

Commons : Maria Jeutendorf  - Collection of images, videos and audio files

Individual evidence

  1. history of the monastery on

Coordinates: 48 ° 15 '  N , 15 ° 44'  E